How to Apply
Follow the steps below to get started
Visit the Rental Search page to view our available rentals.
View a property by clicking “Schedule a showing”.
Click “Apply Now” on the property you’re interested in.
Rental Application Guide
get MULTIfamily Property Management is an equal opportunity housing provider and we comply with the Federal Fair Housing Act. We do not discriminate against any person because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin. We comply with all state and local fair housing laws. All applications will be reviewed using the below criteria.
- INCOME: MIN 3X RENT
- NO EVICTIONS: IN THE LAST 7 YEARS
- CREDIT: MIN 550 CREDIT SCORE
This is a very important factor considered for approval. We will contact your current and past landlords for the last 2 years to verify their experience with you as a tenant. Questions that will be asked include:
- What are your Move-in and Move-out dates
- How many times was your rent paid late
- Did you cause any damage to the property
- Did you have any pets
- Would your landlord rent to you again
- Did you give a 30-day notice to move
- Did or does the landlord plan to return their full security deposit
INCOME AND EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
We want to make sure that you have income to support paying the rent for the duration of your lease and have a stable employment history.
In order to verify the information you provided to us, we will contact your current employer ask questions such as:
- What is your job title
- What is the date of hire
- What is your current salary
- Are there any anticipated changes in salary over the next 12 months
- What is the likelihood of continued employment
- An applicant must make a minimum of 3 times the monthly rent. If two applicants are roommates (not related) then each applicant must make a minimum of 3 times the monthly rent.
Credit scores of 550 or higher meet our standard qualifications. Scores between 500 and 549 may be considered with additional security deposit but are subject to review by management. Here, we are reviewing your payment history, checking for judgements, collections, foreclosures and short sales. If you have any questions regarding your credit history, please reach out to our property manager for help.
AUTOMATIC DENIAL OF APPLICATION
Do not apply if you fall into one of these categories as you will be automatically declined.
- You have an eviction within the last 7 years
- You owe any landlord any money
- You have a bankruptcy that is not discharged
- You engage in the use, distribution or sale of illegal drugs
- You have been convicted of a felony crime related to harm caused to a person or property within the last 7 years, including but not limited to arson, assault, intimidation, sex crimes, drug-related offenses, theft, dishonesty, prostitution, obscenity, terrorism and related violations.
The required documentation we need from you in order to process your application will be listed on the Rental Application.
If pets are allowed at one of our listed properties, you will be required to have your pet screened using PetScreening.com.
To get more information, visit our Pet Policy page.
In most cases the security deposit is equal to one month’s rent but is fully refundable. Payment of additional security deposit up to 1.5x the monthly rent may be paid under circumstances to offset risk factors presented in an applicant rental, employment or credit history.
Rent for the month that you move-in will be prorated so you only are paying for the days you move-in. If your move-in date is on the 20th of the month or later, in order to move-in, the rent for the following month will be due prior to move-in along with the prorated rent for the month you move-in.
The limit is no more than 2 people per bedroom, unless there are local fire safety codes that are more restrictive.
If you do not meet one or more of the screening criteria, you may be able to have a 3rd party guarantee your lease. The guarantor must complete an application and pass our tenant screening criteria after deducting the guarantor’s own housing costs before comparing his/her income to our income criteria.